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Mold Illness: Application of MycoTOX in Clinical Practice

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​​​​Join us in this Live Class where Dr. Mark Filidei, DO provides an in-depth presentation on Mold Illness: Application of MycoTOX in Clinical Practice.

Dr. Filidei will cover each of the markers of the mycotoxin test and will expand on the correlation between gut health, colonization of mold in the body, oxidative stress and more. Dr Filidei will also introduce the importance of testing for mycotoxins using liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) technology as this state-of-the-art method allows Great Plains to detect mycotoxins even in small quantities analyzing parts per trillion.

Mycotoxins and mold are linked to multiple conditions going from Parkinson’s, MS, Alzheimers, Lyme and other chronic conditions. Treating mold and testing for mycotoxins is an essential tool for any practitioner wishing to practice functional medicine as this test will provide a detailed and personalized assessment of mold in a patient’s body and would identify the source of contamination and, in conjunction with the Organic Acid Test, it can confirm or rule out the existence of colonization of mold in the body.

We are currently measuring 11 different mycotoxins in our test from a wide variety of 13 mold types (genera) including Aspergillus, Penicillium, Fusarium, Myrothecium, Stachybotrys, Bipolaris, Gibberella, Chaetomium, Trichoderma, Trichothecium, Cephalosporium, Verticimonosporium, and Monascus. Since each of these genera contains multiple species, the MycoTOX Profile is likely to detect hundreds of mold species. In addition, poisonous mushrooms also produce some of the same mycotoxins as the molds. This makes the MycoTOX Profile the most comprehensive test on the market, and it is the most cost-effective.

Dr. Mark Filidei is an Internal Medicine physician who completed training in General Internal Medicine at Brown University. He is the Director of Integrative Medicine for the Amen Clinics. Dr. Filidei is an officially trained member of ILADS and treats Lyme disease and mold illness with both natural and conventional treatments. Dr. Filidei specializes in Hormone Replacement Therapy and the treatment of Mental Health disorders utilizing a functional medicine approach. He is a member of the Millenium TBI Network treating brain injury.

This free course is hosted by Rupa Healththe best way to order functional & integrative tests from 20+ specialty labs, reducing your time spent ordering labs by 90% and helping you provide a superior patient experience.